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>> good morning. this is sunday, may 10th. let's start with a quick look at the weather on this mother's day. here's meteorologist lisa argen. >> good morning, carolyn. >> a little mist and drizzle at the coast. it will take the bulk of the morning for all the fog to clear. here's a look at mt. tam. the sun up in 5 minutes. temperatures are pretty mild
from san jose at 54. 5 mile visibility here in half moon bay. looking at oakland 52 degrees. there's the fog. it continues to peel back. it's sunny and at about 10:00, 11:00. then temperatures will be comfortable in the 60s and 70s. but that breeze is going to be with us again up to 15 miles an hour. so we will look at a cooler monday a chance of showers throughout the latter part of the week. and line up all the temperatures for your mother's day coming up. carolyn. >> lisa, thank you. breaking overnight, marin county sheriff's deputies are searching for the person who shot someone in marin city. it happened on cole drive near drake avenue around 2:00 this morning. the sheriff said the victim was shot several times. no word on their condition. deputies have not released any information about possible suspects or any vehicles connected to that shooting. >> and we have developing news in san jose. firefighters put out a fire that
spread from one house to another on south second street near interstate 280. that fire broke out around 2:00 this morning. the first crews on the scene had to call for additional help. fire reached three alarms. it took a little more than an hour to put it out. residents escaped from their burning homes quickly and no one was hurt. >> it was smoke, i looked out the window and seen the fire under the stairs under the laundry room so i got everybody out and told everybody to get out. >> we had two working structure fires at the same time. crews did an amazing job of making entry extinguishing the initial fire and moving it to the other building and extinguishing that one, as well. >> the red cross is now helping 8 people who were driven from their homes by that fire. a traffic mess, bridge and bart closers, added to a full schedule of events around the
bay area this weekend. all of that leads to lots of cars on the road and plenty of impatience. here's live look from the san mateo bridge cam. work began late friday night. traffic headaches have kicked in all weekend long. leslie brinkley tells us more. >> this tangled mess of traffic originated with the shut down of all lanes of lanes of traffic on the bridge since friday night. first time the entire bridge has been resurfaced since 1967. so saturday people piled on had to the bay bridge as their alternate route. whether a day trip with mom to the city or 6:00 giants game, it was gridlock. >> i left my house at three and got here at five. we ate all our snacks for the game before we got here. >> a 2-hour drive from livermore? >> yes. >> right when we hit the 24-58 to interchange it was really bad. >> like rush hour? >> actually worse than rush hour. >> you drove from sacramento. was it a bad drive?
>> not until we got to berkeley. >> and then -- >> then the bridge, it took us a while to get over the bridge. the other direction wasn't any better. driving between news stories. our abc7 news stories clocked in 2.25 hours getting from san mateo to oakland. by night fall things seemed to calm down. but expect another rough drive for mother's day on sunday. the san mateo bridge will reopen monday at 5:00 a.m. the best part everyone gets to look forward to memorial day weekend. that's when they can to it all over again. san mateo bridge will be closed another few days to finish the work. in san francisco, leslie brinkley, abc7 news. and because of the closer the bay bridge was packed all day yesterday. we can see the same thing again today. this is a live look at the bay bridge. no problems.
it should remain busy through tonight. and another closer this weekend, bart service has been suspended between the fruitvale and coliseum airport stations. a crew is working on a rail replacement project. a bus bridge will help riders travel between the stations. bart says there could be 30-minute delays. service is expected to be running again tomorrow morning. >> parking fees are increasing on june 1st at three bart stations. the price is going up 50 cents at the two concord stations and the milbrae station. san jose police have arrested a man suspected of firing a gun toward a home. the search for the man began early last night. it forced officers to block traffic, even keep residents away from their homes for a few hours. drivers and residents faced roadblocks near branham lane and vista park drive. police told us no one was hurt in the shooting.
the warriors are backed into a corner. they need three wins in the next four games to move on in the nba playoffs. as seen on abc7 last night, the grizzlies outmuscled and outshot the warriors. mvp steph curry scored 23 points but did not shoot well from the field. the grizzlies punished golden state inside, fending off a late warriors come back to win 99-89. >> you are who you are at this point. and we are going to do what we do, but we've got to do it better. >> looking forward to the challenge of getting to that level in game four, setting the tone, and hopefully it will be a different outcome. >> the next game is tomorrow in memphis. larry beil will have highlights from last night's game and more reaction later in sports. warriors fans, like the team, hope tomorrow will bring a different result.
abc7 news was at street food in san francisco. that was one of last night's official warriors viewing venues. the atmosphere was festive, but it was a tough loss to watch. abc7 news reporter laura anthony found a similar story with disappointed members of dub nation in walnut creek. [chanting] >> this time for every up, there was a down. too many, as it turned out. it was a packed house at walnut creek stadium hub. >> eats a rough game. memphis is playing their game. they controlled the whole game. >> we got the mvp trophy for curry, and he's playing a little bit zero ball. if we stick to the offense we
ran all season, maybe we would win the last two games. >> are you concerned? >> i think maybe the next game might be ours. [cheers and applause] >> this is the warrior nation that understands there's always a good comeback in a team that's already come so far. >> the next game i hope to see a lot more splash brothers. i haven't seen the splash brothers that i've seen all season. [chanting "defense"] >> after all, there's really no game like the next game. >> monday it will be different. >> how will it be different? >> we are going to win. the pressure will be more on. >> we haven't lost any faiths. we will come back on monday. >> let's go warriors! >> in walnut creek, laura anthony, abc7 news. >> back to basics, warriors, let's go! and despite the loss fans are
wearing their warrior gear with pride. to share yours with, just use the #doubleson7 when you post on social media. we will find your picks. photos will be featured on our website, abc7news.com, and some will be seen right here on abc7 news. >> supporters of a mother and daughter killed in a crash last weekend are outraged the suspect has not yet been charged. the family of esperanza marales and her 14-month-old daughter juli attended a community gathering in livermore yesterday. mothers against drunk driving organized the event." the 36-year-old man was leaving the wine country festival, that's brian jones, before the crash. and those in attendance are outraged he has not been formally charged. he is currently out on bail. >> this is a crash, not an accident. when you drink and get behind on
bail it is a weapon, and it kills. >> angry? >> well, he's a murderer. >> in response, livermore police tell abc7 news be patient, it is coming. >> dozens of people who live at an oakland residential hotel returned home yesterday. bacteria in the drinking water at the imperial hotel on 13th street force the them out last week. officials tell abc7 news the residence were allowed back yesterday afternoon. the pipes were flushed with chlorine and were retested before people got the okay to return to that hotel. >> happy mother's day to you ms. argen. >> thank you. >> what is the weather going to be like? >> well, it's starting out cloudy. 51 degrees in san francisco. golden gate bridge socked in with the fog. and we are looking at fog all the way to our east bay valleys out by the delta. mid-to late day clearing for some. a cloudy coast. a cool day. i'll have the numbers for you. and we will talk about a mild
afternoon. that's for the moms coming up. >> thank you lisa. also next, high-tech has come to the strawberry fields of watsonville. the smartphone technology that's now being used to grow crops and save water. >> no hands, no feet no nothing. >> and the new innovation coming to america's highways, giant big rigs driving themselves. how safe is t (scal): good day, m'lady! i am sir-can-a-lot, here to save you from another breakfast bore. wake up those eggs with glorious spam!
>> we will tell you now about an innovation coming to america's highways. giant big rigs driving themselves. the first one just got a license to operate. some say they may actually be safer for drivers and everyone else on the road. abc news reporter david curley has the details. >> we are traveling down a las vegas interstate in an 18-wheeler and steve is about to give up control. >> ready? >> you are going already? >> yeah. no hands, no feet, nothing. >> this freightliner, with the
press of a button is driving itself. >> we are now at 52 miles an hour. >> that's amazing. >> it stays in the lane. he can be on the computer and look at me straight in the eye. >> i still have a hard time not look at the road. it takes a while. >> we've seen cars being tested but this truck is now license today drive nevada highways with the driver still in a seat. radar, cameras and a computer keep it on track. driver fatigue, believed to be a factor in the crash that injured actor tracey morgan, is what this is aimed at. while legal in nevada, you won't see them on sale anytime soon because of a lack of uniform rules nationwide. >> sit back, relax, enjoy it trust it. but in the future that truck on the interstate would be driving itself. abc news, las vegas. do you like to sip while your hair gets snipped? there's a new push to allow beauty salons and barbershops in california to serve alcohol
without a liquor license, but not everyone is on board. >> we have licenses because this is a question of public safety and public health. >> the fight to get booze out of these businesses tonight at 11:00 on abc7 news. soccer legend pele is recovering after having prostate surgery in his native brazil. his doctors found so signs of cancer. the 74-year-old had surgery after being diagnosed with an enlarged prostate. this came after he was treated for kidney stones late last year. pele helped lead brazil to three world cup titles and he's credited with helping soccer gain more popularity here in the u.s., thanks for his playing for the new york cosmos pack in the 1970's. >> and in other soccer news the u.s. women's team will host ireland in san francisco. today's match marks the second of four series to prepare for the world cup.
the u.s. opens world cup play on june 8th in winnipeg, canada. they face australia to begin the tournament. happening today, some of the world's most talented cyclists will hit the road to begin the am-gen tour of california. the first stage will run for 26 miles through the -- 126 miles through the sacramento area. tomorrow it's off to the sierra foothills and then to san jose on tuesday. that's when the riders will cover more than 105 miles during the tour's only stop here in the bay area. the race finishes in los angeles next weekend. fresh california strawberries are ripening early this year because of warm weather connected to our state's historic drought. but farmers are growing those berries with less water and that's thanks to the high-tech help they are getting from your drought-busting tax dollars.
abc7 news reporter jonathan bloom reports from watsonville. >> we started farming in watsonville in 1952. >> since then a lot has changed on gary's strawberry farm, like the irrigation. >> you turn off that one row with a cork and then you would move to the next one. >> how much water is enough? >> i would check it with my finger and the firmness of the soil and that's how we have done it for many years. >> in this field of organic strawberries, there's one thing inorganic, a high-powered solar substitute for his finger. >> it changed the way we irrigate bait we fertilize. >> tackometers have been around for centuries, but ones that talk to your smartphone are new. >> it's below 5 centibars, turn off irrigation. >> we are close to the ocean here. so if we were to keep drawing out the groundwater, eventually it would be replaced and salt water is the closest thing. >> it's all far more advanced than the old technology but far
more expensive. the eight cost a total of $36,000. fortunately the growers didn't have to shoulder it themselves and they got help from the folks in sacramento. >> they paid for 50% of it and we paid for the other 50. we wouldn't have done it if we didn't get the help from the drought money. >> thanks for the funds, he is also attending state classes on high-tech water saving. nearby the felton farmers market, some shoppers said it's a good use of public money. >> like everything else in life, change happen, change happens. >> but that's an expensive transition so i think expecting farmers to pay for them by themselves is not realistic. >> he said getting the money has made him feel like part farmer and part lobbyist. >> you have to be proactive about it. some growers don't think it's worth it. i do. >> to ensure there's enough water to farm these strawberry fields forever. in watsonville, jonathan bloom abc7 news.
>> and i was telling you how jonathan brought some of those back to the newsroom. >> right yeah. >> yeah, very good. >> they look huge. good morning everyone. we are starting out with gray skies once again. today will be the warnest day out of the next seven. that should have got a reaction out of you because it's not really been that warm. and we will continue to see a couple areas of low pressure that will influence our marine layer and our cooling trend. 6:05 is the official sunrise. it sets after 8:00. we will have sunshine by about 10:00, 11:00 around the bay. live doppler 7hd showing the fog set up around the coast and from mt. tam. there it is. 2,000 feet deep once again. 54 in san jose with morgan hill at 352. half moon bay 5-mile visibility with numbers in the 50s. a little patchy coastal drizzle as well. we are looking at a gray start here in san francisco. boy, it was chilly with the numbers barely at 60 yesterday
downtown and once again for the afternoon giants game it will be cool. 53 livermore and 49 in napa. in the south bay, gray skies barely at 70 yesterday. perhaps today 71 in san jose. average high is about 75. so a cloudy start. cool to mild for mother's day. it will being mild east of the caldecott tunnel around morgan hill and gilroy. cool and breezy. chance of rain coming our way thursday. looks like it will last through a emergency's of next weekend. high pressure is just sitting off the coast. so that allows for the onshore push. the low clouds and fog. the sunny averages. there's an area of low pressure that's going to drop down and sort of hang out over oregon and california, the border there. and that will bring some rain to the pacific northwest. for us it chews up the fog earlier. keeps us cool monday and tuesday. then a second system will drop down, a stronger one. it's a cuts-off low and that should bring us more rain. there's thursday there's the
low, and are by friday into saturday it's really south of san francisco into the mountains. and also perhaps even southern california could see some showers. so with that system temperatures will be hard-pressed to reach 70 degrees. today santa clara about 70. 72 los gatos. mid-60s santa cruz. on the peninsula you have the afternoon sun. it will be cloudy towards the 10:00 hour maybe even 11:00. 67 redwood city. looking at upper 50s from the sunset district and low 60s south city. breezy in san francisco. winds up to 15 miles an hour. with upper 60s in novato and petaluma. it's a cool afternoon. 73 in calistoga and vallejo 69. low to mid-60s here with 63 oakland. mid-60s union city and castro valley. you head inland and that's where the numbers jump up into the mid-and perhaps a few upper 70s. but still very little change from where you have been. 72 concord, 72 call nut creek.
today is the warmest day out of the next seven. tomorrow low 70s inland, low 60s around the bay. sunny monday and tuesday at the coast. staying chilly and wednesday partly cloudy. here comes the chance of lane last through next saturday. you can see what's showing up on live doppler 7hd anytime with the abc7 news weather app. it's free on apple's app store or google play and we have more information at our website. it's about 2 to 5 degrees below average we are running. >> and we are getting excited about the small chance of nothing much really? >> yeah, there's been more activity the past couple weeks than all winter long. it's something. >> thank you lisa. a bizarre theft, someone snatched a baby kangaroo right out of his mum's pouch. why
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abc7. authorities in wisconsin are on the lookout for a kangaroo napper. someone stole a 5-month-old joey and several goats from the zoo's winter holding facility. you are looking at video of adult kangaroos at the zoo. the baby hasn't even developed fur yet. zookeepers are worried because the baby needs its mother for its first year of life. much more ahead on the abc7 sunday morning news. tornadoes tearing through the plains states with more severe weather on the way today. and residents work to improve access to fresh fruits and vegetables in a low income neighborhood in san francisco. how one man is being honored for his leadership.
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and cool. it's not as cool as it could be. visibility about 5 miles. we are looking at a gray emeryville where there could be a little bryzgalov he will along the shoreline. today another chilly day in the city with just about 60 degrees. winds up to 15 miles an hour. partly cloudy for you. cloudy at the coast. around the bay we are in the low 60s to low 70s en land." maybe upper 70s. and today is the warmest day out of the next seven. cooling off quickly, as soon as tomorrow. we will talk about the rain coming up in the seven-day outlook in a few minutes. carolyn. >> lisa, thank you. people face the task of cleaning up after a powerful storm swept through texas and oklahoma. at least one person is dead after a tornado hit a small texas farming town. today's forecast is calling for more severe weather across the great plains. abc news reporter elizabeth herr explains from oklahoma city. >> tornadoes swirling across texas. >> trees ripped out of the ground.
definitely very powerful, very destructive. >> killing one and injuring three others have residents in the town of cisco in disbelief. >> i've lived here over ten years and i haven't seen anything like this is a long time. >> the storm, so powerful, packing heavy rain and hail, it could be days before authorities can assess the damage done. >> wow! >> it was another tense night for millions with wicked weather battering the plains. oklahoma taking a beating also from large hail and flash floods. knocking down powerlines leaving thousands in the dark. from lightning to thunder, there was even spring snow in nebraska, california and colorado, causing delays on the ground and in the air. and this morning with threats of more severe weather, a rainbow on the horizon in colorado.
a glimmer of hope for so many forced to begin the painful process of recovering and rebuilding. abc news. a tropical storm headed for south and north carolina has weakened slightly as it gets -- or made landfall earlier this morning. this is what is looked like in in whitesville beach, north carolina moments ago. that storm has created dangerous conditions on the beach. right now tropical storm anna has sustained winds of 50 miles an hour. coastal communities have built up mounds of sand to keep the water from reaching homes. at least one college commencement ceremony has now been moved indoors. >> developing news. police in mississippi have captured three people suspected in the shooting deaths last night of two police officers.
at least one of the suspects opened fire on an officer after he stopped an s.u.v. in hattiesburg. another officer rushed to assist the first police officer and then he died after a shootout. police urged nearby residents to stay inside their homes during an intense manhunt for the suspects. again, three people have been captured. there's a big push to improve access to fresh fruits and vegetables. it is in a low income neighborhood that has dozens of liquor stores, but does not have a full-service supermarket. it's happening in the tenderloin district in san francisco. abc7 news anchor cheryl jennings takes us there to meet a store owner who is leading the way and is being honored for his leadership. there are changes every day. whatever is available in the market we put parts of it here you know. >> he owns a beautiful grocery
store called radmund's produce market that would fit in any neighborhood. it has glass doors and allows people to see what's inside. lots of organic fruits and vegetables and shelves stocked with healthy food and he has expanded to a brand new area of fresh meat. and you won't find any alcohol sales here. that is almost unheard of in this neighborhood. this is the tenderloin. one of the most economically disadvantaged areas in san francisco. there are more than 70 liquor stores in a square mile area. >> you step outside of the store, go to the left or right there are stores all over. and they are all liquor stores. >> radmund is the first food store owner to work with a coalition founded by the tenderloin neighborhood. radmund, a father of seven, he is from yemen, and he doesn't
drink. he wants to serve his community well. so he partnered with the coalition to revamp his store inside and out, had and they even helped with marketing. >> they offered the new shelving. they said we will put new fixtures in the store so this is all new. in return we got more fruits and vegetables, dried and fresh. >> most people here don't have cars. they take the bus or a cab, if they can afford it. and that's why their work is so important. it owns 30 apartment buildings in the tenderloin, providing low income housing for people like this mother. radmund's is a gift for her. she doesn't have a car so shopping for her family is challenging. >> i take the bus, and with my kids, and when i come back i come with the three bags, four bags and my kids, watching my kids. and now it's, wow. >> much better? >> yeah. >> the executive director of the tenderloin neighborhood development corporation, or tndc.
>> i'm thrilled with everything he's put together here, not only for the great food that he's delivering, but also as a model, as a pioneer and a trail blazer to show other people this is possible. >> there's a powerful economic incentive to keep business in the tenderloin. >> if you extrapolate the money per household it comes out to a little over $900,000 a month. over $10 million each year that's leaving the neighborhood. >> ryan is a community organizer, working with local residents like these to find solutions for access to healthier food. tenderloin residents are discovering radmund's fresh approach, but it takes time. and he runs another business to help support his family. even so, he encourages other store owners to join his effort. >> our sales are going up in terms of fruits and vegetables. they continue to grow. and we are very happy about that. >> i feel very satisfied. >> cheryl jennings, abc7 news.
>> mr. radmund will be honored at the annual fundraising event for the tenderloin neighborhood development corporation on tuesday night and cheryl is the m.c. if you would like more information log on to abc7news.com. still ahead on the abc7 sunday morning news, an east bay effort to get to the root of crime. how this group thinks planting trees will make neighborhoods safer. and here's live look from our tam cam. today is probably the warmest day of the week. cool temperatures, even some rain in the forecast later this week. lisa argen will have your forecast in just a few. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ i wear my clothes like this ♪ ♪ because i can, ♪ ♪ i wear my hair like this because
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games and music. you might need a jacket today, lisa. >> definitely a good idea. very little sun. in fact, it's been kind of cloudy in the city the past couple of days. today another day like that. here's oakland right now. emeryville with low 50s. you will have low 60s today with the breezy afternoon. but sunshine on the way for most. we will talk about that and the cool weather headed our way which will be with us as soon as this time tomorrow. that's coming up. >> thank you, lisa. also next the warriors get dominated in memphis as the grizzlies move within two victories of eliminating the doubles. but all is not lost. keep the faith! dub nation larry beil has the highlights and
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in sports the giants meet the marlins in the series finale hoping to gain a split. first pitch at&t park at 1:05 this afternoon. the nba playoffs continue here on abc7 at 12:30. cavaliers face a must-win game against the bulls at united center. chicago leads cleveland two games to one in the best-of-seven series. last night here on abc7 the warriors dug themselves a 2-1 deficit, dropping game three in memphis. here's sports director larry beil with the highlights in this morning's sports.
good morning, everybody. the warriors-grizzlies series. it's been billed as splash brothers against smash brothers and so far smash is dominating. for the second game in a row the warriors got pounded down low and could not make a jump shot. the masked man, mike conley. he was a star in game two. not a huge factor in game three. but mark gasol was a beasts down low. 16 of 21 in the first half. and they were up 17 in the first half, the griz were. iron man salutes you. steph curry only 2 of 10 from beyond the arc. a quiet 23. that was a high degree of difficulty. trying to close the gap. clinch home ice thompson with the 3 makes it a 7-point game. zach randolph, z-bo had 10 points in the third quarter. there to beat the shot clock and the reverse. continued finished with a team high 22. draymond green, one of seventeen turnovers, tony allen the other way.
that finishes things up. it was a nightmare of a game for him. grizzlies win and take a 2-1 series lead. abc7's mike shumann with more from memphis. >> despite back-to-back losses and falling behind 2-1 to memphis in the series the warriors remained upbeat in the locker room afterwards. >> it's a learning process for us. we are a very young team. this is kind of our moment of truth. you have to learn in the postseason. all those little mistakes, especially against a veteran team like memphis, you are going pay if you make them. and we've got to clean those up. row. we will make some adjustments but we aren't going to go out there and play a whole different game. we will be all right. >> seems like you were pressing a little bit when you came out tonight. >> yeah. i think we can play better and we will be better again. we will make the adjustments necessary. we can all play better. but we are all in this as a team. we still believe we can win the series. this is what the playoffs are all about.
>> and we have to play better and play more under control and just be ourselves. that's the challenge for us to get back to that. >> game four now becomes the most important game in the series, trying to regain home-court advantage. reporting in memphis with the warriors, mike shumann, abc7 sports. >> game four almost a must-win for golden state. on to baseball. madison bumgarner struck out ten for the giants. that was the good news, but one big innings by the marlins spelled doom for the giants. comic book legend stanley in the house for superheroes and comics night. justin maxwell showing off superpower in left field. spectacular grab! he's doing it almost on a nightly basis. doing the superman himself. the marlins were kryptonite. and in the fourth inning, he crushes that one. solo blast.
marlins would build the 3-0 lead. and then two men on. opposite field double. two runs score. the marlins go on to win it by a score of 6-2. a's and mariners on a 77-degree night. that's as safeco field in seattle. an rbi double to left. robinson cano in and 1-0 m's. two men on. logan harrison. he boots it and runs it down and then throws it away. so runner scores. you have two errors for simeon on one play. four on the night for the a's. seattle would make it 3-0 in the second. former a seth smith with a gapper. dustin ackley scores from second on the play. all mariners in this ballgame as they go on to win by a final of 7-2. that's a wrap on morning sports. have a great mother's day, everybody! i'm larry beil. >> thank you," larry. >> yeah. >> yeah that's a nice shout out for all the mothers and
godmothers and antis and everybody else who takes care of kids. >> hopefully taking the day off. >> well, some. >> whatever you can do. good morning. we are looking at another great start, but that's the way it goes around here. low clouds and fog. afternoon sun. but we have subtle differences day-to-day and today we are warming up inland. the warmest day of the week. it's been pretty nice 70s en land. the sun up after six and setting after eight. the days of getting longer and it is feeling a bit like summer. here's the roof camera where it's cloudy. west wind up to about 10 miles an hour. it's 54 in san jose. 50 half moon bay. and the visibility at about 5 miles. no delays at sfo. 52 oakland. this is sfo right now where temperatures today once again in the 60s.
50s by the delta. the winds gusting to near 32 miles an hour. but afternoon highs will be comfortable, but no 80s to speak of. in fact, we will be look at temperatures another five degrees of cooling on tap for tomorrow with more mist and drizzle. good morning, san jose. it's a little bit dreary here. cloudy and cool for everyone to to start out. a mild mother's day and chance of rain heads our way thursday and stays with us into friday and saturday. two areas of low pressure to note. the first one will be clearing out the coastptomorrow. it is allowing for the cool day today. high pressure sort of stalled off the coast here. but we will look for the first area of low pressure to bring some rain around the oregon and california border. it's going to stay there, but it will disrupt the marine layer. the secondary of low pressure is the stronger one that could bring us more rain by the end of the week. 80 yosemite. 67 in the northern sierra. los angeles has cleared out at 72. but a cool 59 in monterey. you have to get toward sacramento to enjoy those 80s.
so we are looking at high temperatures around the bay today. just at about 60. only partial clearing san francisco. look for 58 bodega bay. 68 in san rafael. the breezy winds throughout the afternoon keeping it just at about 63. richmond and oakland 66. in fremont looks for 75 out by fairfield. and later on this afternoon, if you are headed to at&t park 1:00, just 57 degrees. we will get a little sunshine. that wind will kick up and by 4:00 56 degrees. but for the motors out there we have more 60s around the bay 70s around our inland east bay. and looking at a cool night tonight with that sun setting after 8:00. so the coast will stay cloudy in the 50s. accuweather seven-day forecast, temperatures come down tomorrow as the clouds mix out, throughout the day on tuesday as well. clouds and sun again on wednesday and look at the highs thursday, friday and saturday. if you don't see any raindrops it will be cool, just in the 60s all around the bay.
and even into saturday still a better chance. showers. so that could be exciting for us. >> yeah. i liked your spinning flowers there. >> yeah, nice. thank you. >> volunteers are hoping that dozens of new trees will make part of the bay area a little safer. abc7 news was in east oakland for a community planting. for the past five years the sierra club have targeted high crime areas all over the city, replacing concrete and asphalt with budding trees. volunteers say it helps the environment and improves neighborhoods. >> areas, clear evidence that having tree covering areas is not only good for people's health, it also reduces crime. >> it was hard getting up this morning, but being able to be out here and meeting new people and being able to do something good for your community is all worth it.
to $100 million. hundreds of children will get a chance to focus on having fun as kids should today instead of worrying about their battles against cancer. california's great america will host 600 children with cancer today as part of courageous kids day. today marks the 26th year for this event. it's organized by the american cancer society as a way to let kids with cancer have fun, just like anyone else would at a theme park. i love that idea lisa. >> very cute. about 70 today at 3:00 in the afternoon at great america. elsewhere probably a little cooler if you are closer to the bay. and a little clearing san francisco, 60 for you. mother's day in the east bay low to mid-70s. 68 in san rafael. the accuweather seven-day forecast, the cool temperatures continue. even cooler tomorrow and tuesday with sunshine at the beach. then we could see some rain sprinkles on thursday and a better chance of rain friday and
saturday >> that's going to do it for us. thank you for joining us on the abc7 sunday morning news. i'm carolyn tyler along with lisa argen. the news continues now online, on twitter, facebook and all your mobile devices with our abc7 news app. abc7 news continues at 9:00 a.m. "good morning america" is up next. of course, happy mother's day to all of the mothers out
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